Oprah Winfrey opens up her wardrobe for charity
Oprah Winfrey fans are getting a chance to own a piece of their favourite talk-show host's wardrobe with Winfrey selling off her clothing to help charity.
'Oprah's Closet' has opened up inside the store, which sells other Oprah memorabilia, across from her television studio in Chicago. It now sells a selection of clothing in sizes US10-14 (UK 14-18), some for as little as £20 each, with everything from high street labels such as Banana Republic to high-end designer items, including YSL, Prada and Chanel.
Each item is labelled with the tag 'Harpo Inc. hereby certifies that the item to which this tag is attached is a genuine garment from the closet of Oprah Winfrey,' ensuring it is a real collector's item for Oprah fans.
As one eager fan explained to the New York Times: "The feeling is, Oprah had this on and now I'm wearing it! When you go in there, you feel just great, like you are somebody, like Oprah is touching you."
Erm... righty-o then!